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No sweat, and master the art of cabin comfort with 3D-CFD in system simulations and control development

Introduction Ensuring thermal cabin comfort and safety inside vehicle and aircraft cabins is a crucial aspect of modern development, significantly…

The moon, with a launching platform and other necessary infrastructure to help further explore our own solar system.

Reaching for the stars: Top ten insights from Tom Stoumbos on space exploration

Recently, on the Engineer Innovation podcast, Tom Stoumbos, Director of Engineering at Northrop Grumman, shared his insights on why space exploration is both difficult and exhilarating.

Entropy made my room untidy

How Entropy made my house untidy

I am writing this blog in a messy office, in a messy house. But of course, none of this is my fault. As any competent engineer will tell you, the blame rests squarely with entropy.

Wandercraft users walking through Paris

Wandercraft exoskeletons empower Wheelchair Users to Walk

Learn how Simcenter Madymo helps Wandercraft get wheelchair users to walk.

“Honey, I’ve done the laundry” – Master 9 household chores like a CFD simulation pro

Hands on heart, who loves doing the household chores? Well, I thought so! So rather than getting all to hectic, let’s tackle a few household chores the CFDish way first.

Hydrogen usage with Simcenter System Simulation: Mobility and stationary applications – Part 3

This blog post is the Part 3 of a blog series for addressing the industrial Hydrogen challenges with Simcenter System Simulation

Hydrogen production, distribution and storage with Simcenter System Simulation – Part 2

This blog post is the Part 2 of a blog series for addressing industrial Hydrogen challenges with Simcenter System Simulation

Why Simcenter System Simulation is key for Hydrogen – Part 1

Part 1 of a blog series for highlighting how to predict and optimize the Hydrogen system performances with multi-physics and scalable digital twins thanks to Simcenter System Simulation

Don’t let your ship design spiral out of control

For decades, the maritime industry has relied on the ship design spiral. But as the times are evolving quickly, shouldn’t we shake up the industry a bit?